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Bourdais set for switch to IMSA with Cadillac DPi

Sebastien Bourdais is looking set to switch from a full time IndyCar ride with AJ Foyt Racing to the Chip Ganassi Racing Cadillac DPi prototype sports car program next season. The switch would come as Bourdais has had trouble securing a continuing ride in IndyCar after getting back into the series full time this past […]
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